Rockland Liquid Light Photo Emulsion (1 Quart)

Rockland Liquid Light Photo Emulsion (1 Quart)

Rockland Liquid Light Photo Emulsion (1 Quart)

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Rockland Liquid Light Photo Emulsion (1 Quart)

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Rockland Liquid Light is a silver-gelatin liquid emulsion designed to be easily applied to any material. Liquid light can be used for photographs on wood, glass, ceramics, plastics, chinaware, fabrics, metals, stone, walls, artist's canvas, even an egg. Its even possible to make salon-grade prints on the many handmade papers that are available on the market. Liquid Light is gelatin based that is melted down in hot water (as explained in the instructions).

Note: Cannot be used for silk screening

Printing with Liquid Light is the same as with black-and-white enlargement paper. Under an amber or red safelight, brush the emulsion onto the surface to be coated. Wait a few minutes for it to firm up, then expose with an enlarger or slide projector. Process with conventional paper developer and hardening fixer. The print will be archivally-permanent with a full range of tones from warm blacks to clean transparent highlights that reveal the texture and color of the material underneath.
Exclusive Features:

  • Contrast: medium high, approximately #3 grade.
  • Coverage: Approximately 1 1/2 square feet per ounce.
  • No fumes, odors or VOC's: Liquid Light and other Rockland emulsions are made exclusively for darkroom coating and are the only brand of photographic emulsions with no phenol.
UPC: 798162001026
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Package Weight 2.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.764 x 4.488 x 4.409"
Liquid Light Photo Emulsion (1 Quart) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Experiment! Really exciting to think about the possibilities! You can transfer or create photographic images onto anything! I have been transferring onto a low fired white clay body with decent results. Little bubbles are forming during the drying process because of the clays porosity. But the image quality seems pretty good. Going to try in a pinhole camera next we will see!
Date published: 2014-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THE BEST!!! I have been using Liquid light for years crating great photographic prints on wood and canva surfaces! I would not have a carrier without it .The only down fall of this product is that you can never buy enough of it.
Date published: 2012-08-27
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